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Li Qi

Li Qi

Professor of Economics

Phone: 404.471.6556
Office Location: Campbell 224

Academic Degrees

  • B.S., University of International Business and Economics, Beijing
  • Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

Professor Qi is interested in financial innovations, reforms and links to development in China and other transitional economies; behavioral and experimental economics and finance; emerging capital markets and their implication to financial theories.

Professional Activities

Recent publications by Professor Qi include:

  • Experiments on Electronic Double Auctions and Abnormal Trades (with Lucy Ackert and Lei Jiang), Southern Economic Journal, 83(1), pp. 585-598, 2016
  • An Experimental Examination of Portfolio Choice (With Lucy Ackert and Bryan Church), Review of Finance, 2015
  • China’s Internal Borders: What We Can Learn from the Business Cycle Correlations across Chinese Cities (with Ying Fang and Zhongjian Lin), The Chinese Economy, vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 42–62, May–June, 2013
  • Determinants of Firm Leverage: Evidence from China (with Penny Prime), The Chinese Economy, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 74–106, March–April 2013
  • Irrationality in Experimental Asset Markets: Is it Me or You? (with Lucy Ackert and Brian Kluger), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol. 84, No. 1, pp. 278-291, Sep. 2012
  • Lying: An Experimental Investigation of the Role of Situational Factors (with Lucy Ackert, Bryan Church and Jason Kuang), Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 605-632, Oct. 2011
  • Asset Pricing in Mildly Segmented International Capital Markets: An Experimental Approach (with Lucy Ackert and Stefano Mazzota), Southern Economic Journal, 77(3), pp.585-598, Jan. 2011.
  • Capital Flows and Domestic Market Integration in China, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, Vol. 8, no.1, pp. 67-94, Feb. 2010
  • Market Reforms in China: Consumption Puzzles (with Penny Prime), China Economic Review, Vol. 20, pp. 338-401, Sep. 2009.

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